Search the Winnipeg Film Group’s Distribution Catalogue for independent Canadian films dating back to 1973.
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Katharina Stieffenhofer /
/ HD / 2010
...And This is My Garden explores a sustainable school gardening program that is breaking new ground in education and literally growing a healthier community in the process.
Leslie Supnet /
/ DV / 2007
Moving is Leslie Supnet's first animation made for the Winnipeg Film Group's 48 Hour Film Contest where it took home 1st prize...
Ian Toews /
/ 16 mm / 1999
This structural film evokes the terror and confusion that Toews experienced while in the invisibly radioactive landscapes of the South Western United States - home to the Navajo Nation...
Wayne James /
When muskeg is frozen and there are 24 inches of clear ice on the rivers, the winter roads that service communities along Lake Winnipeg open...
Bryan Besant /
Paula Kelly /
/ 16 mm, DV, Found Footage, Super 8mm / 2008
Waiting for the Parade transforms the 75th anniversary celebration of Winnipeg in 1948 into a discourse on the city's shifting identities through decades of progress and regress, cynicism and hope.
Bryan Besant /
/ Super 8mm / 2008
january seeks to capture the essence of winter via an experimental/intuitive perspective.
Kevin Nikkel /
/ DV / 2004
Fair trade is gaining recognition as a legitimate response to globalization. Fair trade coffee puts more money in the hands of farmers by eliminating the middle-men on the chain of coffee trading...
Deco Dawson /
/ 16 mm / 2003
Summer passings observed the enigmatic West Nile malady stel its way into the minds and forests of Winnipeg wanderers, casting its feverish amnesia spell; immobilizing wooded creatures collectively...
John Barnard, Matthew Etches, Kyle Bornais /
/ DV / 2003
When engineers built a giant moat around the city of Winnipeg half a century ago, they were creating a marvel of flood control engineering. This is the amazing story of how the flood ditch came to be...